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[audio]Bernadette Mayer Lecture - Mayer, Bernadette
Bernadette Mayer gives a lecture in which she talks about her intentions relating to the books she has published to this date. Her overall purpose is to explain the structure and processes she used for putting together her creative books. She reads selections from Utopia and Sonnets, and mentions her two non-fiction prose works, Handbook of poetic forms and Art of sciene writing. The creative books she discusses are: Story, Ceremony Latin 1964, Moving, Memory, Studying hunger, Poetry, Euruditio ...
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[audio]Bernadette Mayer class on memory, 1978. - Mayer, Bernadette
Bernadette Mayer class on memory. She discusses her book, Memory, and research into the phenomena of memory. Mayer also discusses methods of remembering and shorthand. The recording ends abruptly.
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[audio]Bernadette Mayer class. - Mayer, Bernadette
A Bernadette Mayer class with readings from the works of Michael McClure, Michael Brownstein, and Jack Collom, discussions on Ted Berrigan, Shakespeare, Dante, Gregory Corso, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Herman Melville, Gertrude Stein, William Carlos Williams, Louis Zukofsky, Albert Einstein, Walt Whitman, Allen Ginsberg, John Milton, Anne Waldman, and Frank O'Hara. Mayer also covers some of her own work in this class.
Keywords: New American Poetry; New York School
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[audio]Bernadette Mayer class on experimental writing techniques, June, 1978. - Mayer, Bernadette
Second half of a Bernadette Mayer class on experimental techniques in writing and other arts. She reads some of the writing of Tristan Tzara, Antonin Artaud, Eric Satie, Gertrude Stein, and others, and discusses Dada, the unconscious, cut-ups, and sentence structure. (Continued on 78P081)
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[audio]Bernadette Mayer workshop part 1 - Mayer, Bernadette
Second portion of a Bernadette Mayer workshop on language poetry. The class reads some pieces by Charles Bernstein, Clark Coolidge's "Notes on Larry Eigner," Jackson McLow and selections out of the magazine Big Allis, including a piece by Dorothy Trujillo Lusk. The class then begins to read their personal language poetry pieces and discusses the new forms they have created and the background or rational for those forms...
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[audio]Bernadette Mayer workshop part 2 - Mayer, Bernadette
This is the final part of a class that began on 89P091. In this portion of the class students read their crafted poems and discuss their attempts at new form which range from writing and pronouncing words backwards to etymology to using card game instructions to write a poem. The class does begin with an interesting conversation on memory and Giordano Bruno that is a digression from the rest of the content...
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[audio]Bernadette Mayer class on experimental writing techniques, June, 1978. - Mayer, Bernadette
First half of a Bernadette Mayer class on experimental techniques in writing and other arts. She reads some of the writing of Tristan Tzara, Antonin Artaud, Eric Satie, Gertrude Stein, and others, and discusses Dada, the unconscious, cut-ups, and sentence structure. (Continues on 78P082)
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[audio]Michael McClure Poetry Workshop class 3 July 1978 - McClure, Michael
Michael McClure, Poetry Workshop, July 1978. McClure begins by pointing to a language of crisis in a sonnet by Keats and by Shelley, discussing the "systemless system" of a two-year old girl and of poetry, and describing Keats' notion of negative capability. Students read exercises in which a deck of words provides the vocabulary of a poem, and McClure gives a new assignment, to put together a word deck that creates a biographical portrait...
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[audio]Michael McClure Poetry Workshop class 4 July 1978 - McClure, Michael
Michael McClure, Poetry Workshop, July 1978. Michael McClure continues his series of workshops focusing on exercises that make use of decks of cards with words on them. In this class, McClure discusses his invented "beast language," relates a story about making a boxing poster of Jean Harlowe and Billy the Kid, and briefly discusses Rimbaud and Lorca before working with the word decks. This is class 4 of 5.
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[audio]Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, Michael McClure reading, July, 1989. - McClure, Michael
Second half of a reading with Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, and Michael McClure with musical accompaniment by Steven Taylor. McClure reads "Action philosophy," "Where are the snows of Hollywood?," and other poems. (Continued from 89P162)
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[audio]Michael McClure lecture about the origins of theater, July, 1989. - McClure, Michael
Second half of a Michael McClure lecture about the origins of theater. He discusses the relationship between plays and poetry, his concept of "beast language" and his own plays, "The feast," "The beard" and "Josephine the mouse singer." (Continued from 89P133)
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[audio]Michael McClure, Poetry Workshop, June 1978. - McClure, Michael
Michael McClure, Poetry Workshop, June 1978. In his second class, McClure asks students to tell jokes and engage in conversation using the poetry deck they created in the first class. McClure then leads the students in a sonnet exercise, discussing the history of the sonnet in Italian and English. This is class 2 of 5.
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[audio]Michael McClure Poetry Workshop class 5 July 1978 - McClure, Michael
Michael McClure, Poetry Workshop, July 1978. McClure concludes his series of classes with exercises that use the word deck to create stories. In addition to asking the students to read and discuss each other's word deck stories, McClure discusses Byron's "Don Juan," Burroughs' cut-up method, Mallarme's poem "Throw of the dice," and warns that the word deck exercise is too simple to generate poetry by itself...
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[audio]Michael McClure Poetry Workshop class 1 June 1978 - McClure, Michael
Michael McClure, Poetry Workshop, June 1978. McClure introduces the students to a method of poetic composition called a "spider," involving dividing one hundred words basic to one's life, under the headings of the five senses. After describing the exercise, student s write their own spiders and discuss them. This is class 1 of 5.
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[audio]Michael McClure lecture about the origins of theater, July, 1989. - McClure, Michael
First half of a Michael McClure lecture about the origins of theater. He discusses the relationship between plays and poetry, his concept of "beast language" and his own plays, "The feast," "The beard" and "Josephine the mouse singer." (Continues on 89P134)
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[audio]Michael McClure and Steven Taylor performance, June, 1999. - McClure, Michael; Taylor, Steven
A Michael McClure and Steven Taylor performance. McClure reads from his book Huge Dreams and performs Zen poems with musical accompaniment by Steven Taylor.
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[audio]Michael Palmer, Hoa Nguyen, Mark McMorris reading, June, 2002. - McMorris, Mark; Nguyen, Hoa; Palmer, Michael
First half of a Summer Writing Program faculty reading with Hoa Nguyen, Mark McMorriss and Michael Palmer. Each writer reads a selection of their work, including "The Trang sisters" by Nguyen, "A Poem for the love of women" by McMorris," and "Sun" by Michael Palmer. (Continues on 02P014)
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[audio]Meredith Monk performance, July, 1975. - Monk, Meredith
Meredith Monk, composer, singer, director, choreographer, performs Our Lady of Late. Monk's vocals are accompanied by wine glass and percussion.
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[audio]LeRoy Moore class part 2 June 1986 - Moore, LeRoy
This is tape 2 of a LeRoy Moore lecture on the history and theory of nonviolence. Moore talks about a few examples of nonviolent figures in history including Ghandi and MLK Jr. He describes Ghandi's theory on the three reactions to violence, Johann Galtung's personal and structural violence with examples of violent social structures and how modern structure fits into this. Moore also notes feminist influences on the theory of non-violence and the connection between property owning and violent ac...
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[audio]LeRoy Moore class part 1 June 1986 - Moore, LeRoy
This is tape 1 of a LeRoy Moore lecture on the history and theory of nonviolence. Moore talks about a few examples of nonviolent figures in history including Ghandi and MLK Jr. He describes Ghandi's theory on the three reactions to violence, Johann Galtung's personal and structural violence with examples of violent social structures and how modern structure fits into this. Moore also notes feminist influences on the theory of non-violence and the connection between property owning and violent ac...
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[audio]Thurston Moore performance March 2006 - Moore, Thurston
Recorded March, 9th, 2006 at the Boulder Theater, Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth performs his poetry and music as part of a benifit for Burma Life and La Casa de la Esperanza. For the first half of the recording, Thrurston reads poems from his books, Alabama Wildman, What I like About Feminism and Nice War, the latter two in their entirety. The second half is a set of songs mostly from the Sonic Youth Ep, Rather Ripped (release date, June 2006) including, Lights Out, Incinerate, Sleeping Around, ...
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[audio]Harryette Mullen lecture on language, June, 2002. - Mullen, Harryette
A Harryette Mullen lecture from the 2002 Naropa Summer Writing Program. Mullen discusses her interest in dictionaries, language and its reflection of human social dynamics. She also reads from and discusses an interview with her by Daniel Kane. They discuss the creation of her book Muse and Drudge, and discuss questions of race and gender in writing. She also touches on issues of language, colonization, identity, and writing tools such as Oulipo exercises.
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[audio]Faculty reading with Polito, Mullen June 2002 - Mullen, Laura; Polito, Robert
Robert Polito reads "Barbara Payton, A Memoir." Laura Mullen reads from "Demonstrating Bodies."
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[audio]Eileen Myles lecture, Friendship: the force of community in poetry and prose, June, 2000. - Myles, Eileen
An Eileen Myles lecture, "Friendship: the force of community in poetry and prose." Myles discusses the role of friendship and poetry in bringing one's inner world, which she likens to the world of her early friendships with women, to the outer world, which she relates to her early friendships with men. She discusses the growing laterality of the art world and emphasizes the defining importance of context.
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[audio]Diane diPrima, Allen Ginsberg, and Anne Waldman reading, July, 1994. - Myles, Eileen; Ondaatje, Michael
Second half of a poetry reading at the Fox Theater, featuring Michael Ondaatje reading from The English Patient and other works, and Eileen Myles reading "Robin" from Chelsea Girls. (Continued from 94P041B)
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[audio]Eileen Myles and Alexs Pate lecture, Hip hop culture, June, 2001. - Myles, Eileen; Pate, Alexs
Eileen Myles and Alexs Pate lecture about art, culture and politics. Myles discusses relating to the mainstream as an outsider by creating art that engages the community. Pate talks about his experience as a black man with racial hierarchy, Halloween, innocence and guilt. He compares rap music to the news station CNN as a way of finding out what's going on. An open discussion with the audience covers a wide range of topics relating to diversity...
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[audio]Eileen Myles and Alexs Pate lecture, Hip hop culture, June, 2001. - Myles, Eileen; Pate, Alexs
Eileen Myles and Alexs Pate lecture about art, culture and politics. Myles discusses relating to the mainstream as an outsider by creating art that engages the community. Pate talks about his experience as a black man with racial hierarchy, Halloween, innocence and guilt. He compares rap music to the news station CNN as a way of finding out what's going on. An open discussion with the audience covers a wide range of topics relating to diversity...
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